VIDEO: Kings Transit #GetOnTheBus summer pass program seeks to boost riders
Kings and West Hants Court Report, June 22
Stakeholders say reasons behind changes affecting future speech-language pathologists, other specialists lack ...
SLIDESHOW: NKEC students celebrate prom 2018
Artist-turned-builder Kickstarting eco-structure project at Ross Creek
Fresh From The Oven pairs food with memories in Greenwood
Fostering community: Kentville Mayor Sandra Snow to be appointed honorary air force ...
Acadia Axemen hold 20th annual celebrity dinner, recognize four special guests
Kingston teen selected for elite dance program in California
CINDY DAY: Have you ever 'smelled' the rain?
Former Windsor Regional High School students invited to special 50-year reunion
CINDY DAY: Sun, fire and the morning dew - happy summer!
From Barbie Jeep racing to demolition derby Lawrencetown's Redneck Rodeo is back
Avonport woman loses more than 100 pounds, gains new outlook on life
AVONPORT, N.S. – Carolyn Walsh looks at an old four-by-six photograph depicting her at her heaviest. The image shows a woman propped in a chair, her hands folded on her lap and her body almost completely covered by a long, white dress ...
CINDY DAY: Spectrum of sunset colours
Red sky at night is quite a delight, but what if it’s yellow or pink? We are spoiled with some spectacular sunsets across Atlantic Canada. They can be as changeable as the weather, but can they be forecast? They can if you think about what ...
Lawrencetown brewery gives quiz night profits to local non-profit
LAWRENCETOWN, NS - The local brewery saved all the $5 entry fees from its quiz night over the last five months and handed the money over to a local non-profit that provides jobs and training for disabled adults. Lunn’s Mill Beer Company ...
Berwick about to go to the dogs with annual Evangeline Kennel Club show
The Kings Mutual Century Centre in Berwick is going to the dogs – but not in a bad way. ...
Cambridge resident Zachary Walsh hopes to take on the world
CAMBRIDGE - Zachary Walsh kept his cool at the 24th annual Skills Canada National Competition. The Cambridge resident recently left the Edmonton-based contest with a gold medal won in the refrigeration and air conditioning competition for the ...
CINDY DAY: Fodder for Father’s Day shoppers
Sunday is Father’s Day. Cindy Day I love my father. I’ll never forget something I heard when I was very young: “I wish we could choose our parents.” If I could have chosen my dad, I would still be Aurele ...
CINDY DAY: Clouds clear for conjunctions
A few days ago, I wrote about the new moon: that time of the month when there is no visible moonlight in our night sky. We are in that phase right now. During this time, the Earth, the moon and the sun line up in an almost straight line. Cindy ...
Central Kings student wins 100k Schulich scholarship
KENTVILLE - Kayla Thomson’s hard work in high school is about to pay off – to the tune of more than $100,000. The soon-to-be graduating Central Kings Rural High School student can count herself among the 50 students across Canada ...
Kings County contestants bring home titles from Miss Teen Maritime International pageant
Kings County was well represented at the recent Miss Teen Maritime International competition, with contestants bringing home multiple titles. ...
Lumberjack championships ready to roll June 16 and 17 in Barrington
BARRINGTON, N.S. – All systems are a go for the third annual Nova Scotia Lumberjack Championships, being hosted by the North Nova Lumberjacks Society on June 16 and 17 in Barrington at the Wild Axe Park on Petticoat Lane next to the Barrington ...